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[software]FigurePic - Star Graphics
FigurePic is a unique game that blends logic and art into an addicting puzzle. The game was invented by Non Ishida of Japan and was introduced in the United States by GAMES Magazine. The object is to uncover the hidden picture in a grid based on the numbers at the side and top. Most of these puzzles are not ones you will solve within five minutes so be prepared for hours of enjoyment.
Keywords: Windows games; Vintage computer games; Board games
Downloads: 20
[software]Patterns - Star Graphics Corp
Patterns is a geometric puzzle game where the object is to build an image of something, say a duck or a boat out of a given set of pieces. There are two libraries of shapes: One is based on the popular Tangrams puzzle, which is thought to have originated in China perhaps four thousand years ago. The other is called Chie No-Ita or Plates of Wisdom is from Japan and is probably even older. Some of the shapes are easier to build than others and there may be more than one way to put the pieces toget...
Keywords: Windows games; Vintage computer games; Puzzle games
Downloads: 27
[software]TAZ - Star Graphics Corp
To assemble a certain number of triangles of the same color together. The number required varies according to the level of the game. The edges of the triangle have to be completely coincident i.e. there can be no overlap for a match to occur. When the correct number of triangles are aligned they disappear making room for more. the idea is to see who can get the highest score.
Keywords: Windows games; Vintage computer games; Puzzle games
Downloads: 10
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